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Re: Towards a cleaner build: bindat

From: Lars Ingebrigtsen
Subject: Re: Towards a cleaner build: bindat
Date: Sat, 15 Jun 2019 16:50:03 +0200
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This one's funny:

In toplevel form:
mail/feedmail.el:2151:1:Warning: Unused lexical argument `helper'

(defun feedmail-queue-send-edit-prompt-inner (default prompt reprompt helper
                                              standard-alist user-alist)


          (if (= user-sez help-char)
              ;; FIXME: This seems to want to refer to the `helper' argument,
              ;; but it's quoted so the `helper' arg ends up unused!
              (setq answer '(^ . helper))


      (cdr answer))))

The only call to this function is


so `helper' is always `feedmail-message-action-help', but as the comment
says, it's never used, but instead the symbol `helper' is returned from
the function, and it's then funcalled:

  (if (not feedmail-enable-queue) (feedmail-send-it-immediately-wrapper)
    ;; else, queuing is enabled, should we ask about it or just do it?
    (if feedmail-ask-before-queue
        (funcall (feedmail-queue-send-edit-prompt))
      (feedmail-dump-message-to-queue feedmail-queue-directory 'after-queue)))

So this seems like a genuine bug.

Are there any feedmail users here?  Is so, could you
(setq feedmail-enable-queue t) and see whether you get an error when
sending mail?

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